Hi everybody!

I finally managed to make some proofs with my nikon nx1000.

The three proofs have been made with one camera and one rounding table.

In picture 1 I used 2 500watt flashes with 60x90 soft box.(point 24593)

In picture 2 I used 2 500watt flashes with umbrellas pointed directly on the object.(point 27011)

In picture 3 I used 2 500watt flashes with umbrellas directed on the contrary using reflected light.(point 47970)

I think that third solution is the one giving best results. The problem is being able to synchronize more cameras at the same time.

I contacted Samsung Italy and one technician told me that no synchronization is foreseen for this kind of devices.

Has anybody experienced this kind of thing?

I found some Nikon nx1000 at Euros 200 on the internet therefore it could be interesting to find the solution to use more cameras at the same time.

I recently bought the Agisoft standard

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1) in preferences which maximum point number we have to set and with which model generation (medium or aggressive).

2) in build geometry which are the best parameters to obtain a good result.

Any suggestion on the use of Agisoft is highly appreciated.

I will soon publish further results.

Bye,

Roby